What is wrong with this picture? Lake James is the epitome of scenic beauty, located at the edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Beneath the surface of its deep, clear waters lies a good population of smallmouth and largemouth bass that provides arguably the best chance to sample both species in North Carolina. Yet there are very few homes or other development on its 150 miles of shoreline, and that separates it from most mountain lakes in the Tar Heel State. It is almost as if the Duke Power reservoir has yet to be fully discovered.
It's unlikely, but there might come a time when you've forgotten why you love to fish.
Act today to protect boater rights in the U.S.
The Senate mark-up of the bill was held today, and there's good news and bad news.
In this episode Chris Horton talks about the importance of running your areation during the summer months.
Get tips on how to keep fish comfortable during the dog days of summer by adding ice to your livewell.
It's the views chance to ask B.A.S.S. Conservation Director Chris Horton questions related to bass biology and conservation.
This episode features tips about how to keep a healthy population of catch and release bass.
Last year, 83 acres of prime fish habitat mysteriously disappeared from a cove in Lewisville Lake. The habitat consisted of some 4,000 trees that had been cut from the Texas fishery during a low water period.
The Texas Federation Nation and 38 other groups joined forces in February to cooperate in achieving conservation milestones within the state.
Data reveals benefits and disadvantagesof the various artificial habitat materials